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Thinking of having a baby?

Finding it difficult to get pregnant?

Want to know how fertile you are?

Considering IVF?

Looking for some answers?


Whether you’re just thinking about starting a family or have been trying for ages, find out what you need to know at The Fertility Show.

- 100 exhibitors with doctors, clinicians, practitioners and fertility experts available on their stands
- 60 talks from from some of the world's leading fertility specialists - just £ 1 each!

- Medical and complementary alternatives
- Leading UK and overseas clinics
- Fertility assessments and treatments
- Advice for everyone including single women and same sex couples
- Now in its 6th year
- Admission price: £ 11


The Fertility Show is backed by Britain's leading fertility support group, Infertility Network UK. It is a dedicated and discreet* environment where you can learn about your fertility, explore your options with experienced and sympathetic professionals and find out how to give yourself the best chance of conceiving. More.

*Our strict privacy policy includes no photography, no press, not disclosing visitor details to anyone and no name badges.


For those just thinking of having a baby:

- Zita West on how to get pregnant
- Marilyn Glenville on fertility-boosting nutrition
- Preparing for pregnancy
- Testing your ovarian reserve


Finding it difficult to get pregnant:

- The main approaches to treatment
- The fertility rollercoaster
- What men need to know about their fertility
- Tackling particular problems and scenarios


For those considering IVF:

- How to choose a clinic
- Treatment abroad
- What the NHS will pay for
- Improving the odds
- New IVF techniques - do they work?


Britain's leading fertility specialists on:

- Reduced ovarian reserve
- Egg freezing and unexplained infertility
- PCOS, recurrent miscarriage & endometriosis
- Complementary therapies
- Coping strategies and managing relationships


Alternative Parenting or when treatment isn't working:

- Donor treatment
- Surrogacy
- Adoption & fostering
- Single women and lesbian couples